Harold isn't so sure about living with Gino after he sees the result of his shopping trip. Valda begins to fall in love with Lou, but he doesn't realise.
Lou comforts Valda, who admits she's on the rebound from a relationship. He apologises for the joke he made and tells her about a time when a friend he knew was on the rebound from a young lady. He offers to get her a Martini, as a 'pick-me-up' so she requests a double.
Harold is hoping to practice his tuba, but has lost his music. He asks Gino if he knows where it is, so Gino leads him to the kitchen cupboard, where there are two boxes - 'Harold's untidies' and 'Harold's dirty dishes'. Harold looks bemused, but Gino tells him that he was instructed to keep the house clean.
GINO: Nothing will ever disappear again, because you'll always know where to look for it won't you?
Michelle is walking Harvey, and notices Connor asleep in his ute. She goes to wake him up and after seeing all his belongings in the car too, realises he is living out of his ute.
Lyn comes to visit Susan. They talk about what being the baby's godmother will entail for Susan. Lyn tells her she just needs to spoil it rotten and be a good friend to her, which she already is. Lyn invites her to a 'your baby, your spirit' class; Susan agrees as she might pick up some tips to help with Ben and impress Libby.
Lou comes around to discover Gino's new living arrangements. Harold and Lou casually talk over a cup of tea, and are both surprised when Gino takes their empty cups away from them, and puts them straight into the box before giving Harold a chance. Lou jokes to Harold, but Gino tells him he'll come and do a similar system for him at the pub, which makes him quiet. Seeing the laundry, Gino goes to put it out, whilst Lou leaves, leaving Harold to destroy 'the box'!
Michelle asks Valda to try and help persuade Lyn to allow Connor to stay. Valda asks if Connor wants to stay, as he may not want to come back. She warns Michelle that Lyn is about to go out, but Michelle agrees that it's perfect timing as she'll have to agree because she's in a rush. Lyn comes through and Michelle offers to cook lunch as well as do the hoovering. Lyn asks what's going on, but Valda leaves for the pub. Michelle tells her it's really important.
Connor arrives back after walking Bob. He brings back some groceries to Toadie's surprise. Toadie mentions how busy he's been with setting up the new practice and how with Dee gone he really needs someone else in to help pay the rent. He asks Connor if he'd help do the screening for him, but Connor doesn't like the idea. It occurs to Toadie to offer the place to Connor himself, to which Connor agrees.
Michelle tries to persuade Lyn to let Connor move in, but Lyn reminds her she'll be off to New York in a few days and leave it all behind for them to sort out. She tells Michelle that she is not responsible for Connor and that he paid rent when he lived with them before so he can pay rent somewhere else. Michelle begs her on the basis that she doesn't want to go to New York if Connor isn't safe.
Harold is in the kitchen practicing how to tell Gino that he's not happy with their living arrangements; however Gino interrupts him to tell him that he and Aaron have made up and so he's going to be moving back. He asks if it's OK for him to take Dorothy - the statue - Harold agrees, and quietly celebrates after, though the customers in the Coffee Shop are able to see him dancing around the kitchen!
Lassiters Park - Eternal Mother
Lyn and Susan arrive at the Eternal Mother session but it isn't quite what they thought it would be. The lady invites them to sit down and then begins a strange kind of ritual.
Lou tells Valda that being Mayor was hard work, so when he'd had enough he just moved on and shut the door. She tells him that she wish she was able to do that too. He tells her that she can, all she has to do is move on and take the credit. She tells him it isn't that easy, he went like a thief and filled her credit card up before he left. She asks him, if he could bring back anything from his past, what would it be? He tells her he'd love to have Lolly back.
Lassiters Park - Eternal Mother
The lady gets the women to feel the heartbeat of their child within the beat of her drum. The others start to dance along but Lyn and Susan don't feel comfortable. She picks Lyn out, and while she tries to get her to relax, Susan starts dancing with the drum. Lyn admits she can't do it, so grabs Susan and they run away.
Susan laughs about the class, but Lyn doesn't find it quite so amusing. Lyn tells her she was hoping it would be good to go to a new age class, but Susan tells her they can look for something else together. At that moment, Joe rings from New York, while Karl rings from Trenton. They each sit and have virtually the same conversation!
Toadie helps Connor move into the house. They agree that it's a good move for both of them, but Connor tells him he only moved in because first rent was halved. They talk about chick flicks, and there's a knock at the door. Connor goes to answer it while Toadie gets the beers. Michelle has come over to tell Connor that he's welcome to stay at hers, but Connor gets in first and tells her that he's just moved in. Toadie tells him he's lucky to still have his ex-girlfriend fussing.
Harold quietly sits in his quiet old house again, and begins to tidy, but decides to rebel instead, flicking food about, leaving his dinner out, throwing papers, cushions and his shoes onto the floor. Just as he relaxes into the sofa, Gino reappears telling him that Aaron doesn't know the meaning of consideration. He sees Harold's mess and begins to tidy immediately.
Connor secretly feeds Bob the leftovers from the dinner before Toadie walks through. He walks in clutching a letter from a past lover (Maggie) that he found tidying the room for Connor. He tells Connor that he and this lady were never going to get together, but with him and Dee it's different. Connor asks what he's going to do. Toadie recons that she's never going to find herself in Tasmania if she doesn't know the truth, and that he's got to go and find her.